It is exciting to see more and more pundits seeing and stating the case for "constitutional conservatism" Ken Black well is one of those voices. Will the electorate listen to their voices this November?
at Liberals Really Think
Congressman Jim McGovern (D-Mass.) was being pressed in a live TV deb
Here’s a portion of wh
We have a lousy Supreme Court decision [in the Citizens United case] th
Congressman McGovern doesn’t take issue with the Supreme Court, however, he says the Constitution itself is wrong. Did Mr. McGovern take an o
Sure, you can responsibly disagree with portions of the Constitution. Ronald Reagan, for example, disagreed with the two-term limit for President. He thought the Twenty-second Amendment had been a mistake. But Reagan dutifully left office after two terms. Reagan would have supported an amendment to repeal the Twenty-second Amendment, but as long as it was in the Constitution, he felt bound to respect it.
In Congressman McGovern’s case, however, we see why liberals believe in a “living Constitution.” The living Constitution idea was characterized by Justice Scalia as a Magic Sl
I think Mr. McGovern is wrong in his analysis of the Citizens United ruling. The Supreme Court did not say th
In striking down major portions of the McCain-Feingold Act, the Supreme Court ruled th
It would be gre
Now, we can see why “constitutional conserv
Ken Blackwell, a contributing editor